Primarily designed for sailing in protected waters, babyCat is a composite catamaran intended for short excursion lines,
city passenger transport and various tourist activities.
Electric motors, LiFePO4 batteries and solar power plant make the heart of babyCat,
placing it among the most modern passenger transport vessels. Electric propulsion is a new experience of sailing,
where the only noise and vibration are wind and waves.
Large lateral openings additionally contribute to the comfort of travel, ensuring exceptional visibility from all seats.
Folding rain covers provide passengers with a cover in case of sudden summer rain.
The solar power plant is integrated into the roof structure and follows the hydrodynamic shape of the boat, without violating the visual line of the boat. Solar plant of 7.5 kW ensures a daily autonomy of sailing up to 10 hours during the summer months at a speed of 5 knots.
The boat is equipped with two permanent magnet monitors “Tema SPM132 12 kW” for a silent operation. A bow thruster of 90 kgf for easy maneuvering is fitted in the portside hull.
LiFePO4 batteries with a capacity of 50 kWh provide the required energy for 8 hours of sailing at DOD 80%, and an extremely large life span of +15 years. Charging batteries from the mainland and its own solar power plant provides a daily autonomy of 8 + 8 hours of sailing.
The website was co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund.